TIPS TO SOLVE YOUR PROBLEMS WITH HAIR LOSS AND DRY SKIN

Posted on Friday, March 22nd, 2019
 

Avoid Hair Loss and Skin Dryness with These Effective Tricks!

Are you annoyed of having to deal with hair loss and skin dryness constantly? Have you tried product after product, losing not only more hair, but most importantly losing hope in the process that did not deliver any satisfying results? Having to deal with hair loss and skin dryness is not a fun thing to do. But it is not everything about the way that you look, despite the fact that having shiny, healthy-looking hair adds to your self-confidence. In a lot of cases, hair loss and skin dryness are among the first signs of your body telling you that something is not right. In the following article, we will discuss the most common causes for hair loss and skin dryness, but most importantly, share some high-effective tips and tricks that you can use to prevent any further hair loss and skin dryness.  

What causes hair loss and skin dryness?

There are various reasons that can explain your hair loss and dry skin, especially in the scalp area. One of the most common reason is stress. Going through a stressful period in your life can highly cause extensive hair loss and scalp dryness. Other than stress, using a variety of harmful chemicals hidden in your favorite shampoos and hair care products is another common cause. If you have sensitive skin, this is the most likely scenario to happen due to your use of harsh chemicals. Use of certain medications can as well cause temporary hair loss, itchy and dry scalp. Some medical conditions as well, such as a topic dermatitis, can be linked to the occurrence of hair loss and skin dryness. In addition, hormonal imbalances are linked to hair loss. Poor diet, which is already known to cause so many different health issues, can be the cause for your hair loss as well.

Tips and tricks on how to deal with hair loss and dry scalp

  • Improve your diet – Make sure that through your diet, you are introducing all of the required vitamin, minerals and nutrients to your body. In order to do so, you have to include all of the existing food groups and make sure that there is no calorie deficient present of any kind. Some foods such as eggs, berries, spinach, seafood, avocados, nuts, and many others are known to improve the process of hair growth, making sure that your hair is nice, thick and shining.
  • Use supplements – If you are unsure whether or not you satisfy your body’s needs for all of the required nutrients, find yourself a quality supplement to help you through. You can use a multivitamin, or you can find a supplement that contains the required amounts of Zinc, Iron, Niacin, Vitamin D, and Selenium, as the most important nutrients for good hair and skin quality.
  • Moisturize your scalp properly – Keep your scalp well moisturized at all times. Drinking enough water on a daily basis is the most effective and healthy ways to keep not only your scalp but your whole body well hydrated at all times. Instead of using any harsh chemicals that promise to hydrate your scalp for you, we recommend using some of the best natural remedies instead. Prepare yourself a home-made hair mask using avocado, coconut oil, aloe vera, baking soda, olive oil, etc. and feel as your hair is getting her healthy glow once again.
  • Avoid scratching your scalp – The dry scalp can very easily become an itchy one as well. Avoid scratching your scalp as much as possible. If you find it impossible to do so, we recommend talking to a professional dermatologist to find a solution.
  • Let your hair dry naturally – Avoid using your hair dryer or any kind of heat creating device near your hair. The heat damages your hair additionally and adds to the unhealthy look, dryness and hair loss gradually. Instead, plan your hair washing process to take time when you can allow for your hair to dry naturally.
  • Massage your scalp – Using essential oils, massage your scalp gently at least two times a week. Let the essential oil absorb into your scalp, enriching the hair follicles and skin and with that treating your dry scalp and hair loss.
  • Avoid brushing your wet hair – We recommend you to brush your hair once it is well dry. As you may have heard your hairdresser say, washing wet hair is what adds to your hair loss because that is when your hair is at its weakest state.
  • Put a stop to your unhealthy habits – Smoking and excessive drinking is what reduces your blood flow to the skin, introducing toxins to your body and eventually leads to hair loss. Make your body and mind a huge favor and stop smoking and excessive drinking. You will be surprised by the effects that you will notice on your general health.
  • Reduce your stress levels – As we mentioned before, stress is among the most common causes of hair loss. Using relaxation techniques such as yoga and meditation, act to reduce your stress levels and with that, reduce your hair loss.
  • Take better care of your general health – Do your body a favor and get yourself an appointment at your doctor’s office to ensure that everything is running smoothly. Hair loss might be the first sign that there is an underlying disease or disorder that causes your hair to fall. Your doctor can rule out any potential causes for hair loss and recommend you a professional approach towards the problem.
 

Conclusion

Losing your hair is not a pleasant experience. But it is one that in most cases can be easily treated. We recommend to you, our readers, to try the previously mentioned tips and tricks to battle your hair loss and improve the quality of your hair and scalp in no time. You will be surprised what such little steps and lifestyle changes are able to do for your hair loss and most importantly for your general health and well being.  
References

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28925637

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5315033/

https://www.healthline.com/health/home-remedies-for-dry-scalp#baking-soda-and-olive-oil

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12673073

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5397031/